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BONJOUR william
Bonjour William
Nous vous remercions pour vos encouragements et l'intérêt que vous ne cesse de montrer à l'endroit des nos cris.tous les seigneurs des guerres se battent pour leurs intérêts peu importe notre insécurité et les atrocités que rencontrent la femme. En ce qui concerne les soins de santés envers les femmes, elles sont démunies et n'ont pas assez des moyens pour se faire soigner dans les hôpitaux pour des soins ambulatoires, les clinique n'en parlons pas car elles sont chères. Une famille de 10à15 personne vit avec 1$ par jour comment pourra -t -elle trouver l'argent pour se faire soigner? oui c'est un droit mais qui est bafoué car la femme ne jouit pas des besoins fondamentaux de la vie tels que l'eau potable, l’électricité, la nourriture, le loisir, l'éducation.... néanmoins les femmes s'efforcent de mener les actions de revendications avec espoir qu'un jour elles seront écoutées. Voilà la raison de nos cris sur World Pulse. Continuez à nous portez dans vos cœurs. Que Dieu vous bénisse

Bonjour MONICA

Merci pour votre soutien et votre encouragement, Ces atrocités sont vrais. Comme si ceux-là ne suffisait pas, vous avez appris les exactions de M23 à Goma. Nous vivons dans une psychose à cause des affres de la guerre car les années antérieures, ces gens sont passées à Bukavu sous le nom de CNDP, et nous gardons encore mauvais souvenir de ce qu'ils ont fait. Acela s'ajoute les violences faites à la femme sous toutes ses formes- dans la socièté, la famille, à l'église, et partout car la femme n' a presque pas de place? C'est pourquoi elle toujours victime et utilisée comme arme de guerre pour décimer nos populations, exterminer la femme, c'est exterminer la population. Continuer à nous porter dans vos cœurs et surtout soyez notre interprête partout où vous aurer l'occasion de faire entendre vos voix.

English translation by PulseWire member Celya

Hello William
Thank you for your support and the interest that you continue to show in our cries. All war lords are fighting for their personal agendas and care little about our security and the atrocities women face. With regard to women’s health care, women are deprived and do not have enough means to seek treatment in hospitals for outpatient care. I can’t even mention clinics because they are too expensive. A family of 10 to 15 people live on $ 1 a day; how can they find money for treatment? Yes, it is a right that has been violated because a woman does not enjoy life’s basic needs such as access to clean drinking water, electricity, food, leisure, education... However women are putting efforts together to take action and make claims with hope that one day they will be heard. This is the reason why we cry out on World Pulse. Keep us in your hearts. May God bless you.

Hello MONICA
Thank you for your support and your encouragement. These atrocities are true. As if those were not enough, you have heard of the perpetrations of M23 in Goma. We live in a state of psychosis because of the fear generated by war in previous years as these people passed through Bukavu under the name of CNDP, and we still have bad memories of what they did. Add to that the violence against women in all its forms - in society, family, Church, and everywhere because a woman has almost no place. That is why she is always a victim and used as a weapon of war to decimate our populations. Exterminating women, is exterminating a population. Keep us in your hearts and especially be our interpreters wherever you have the opportunity to make our voices heard...

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Vumilia,La pauvreté et le

Vumilia,

La pauvreté et le manque de ressources qui s'ajoutent aux atrocités que subissent les femmes sont à déplorer. Tes pensées et observations sont importantes et je t'encourage à partager encore plus. Le monde a besoin de ta voix.

Cecile

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Translation

Hello William
Thank you for your support and the interest that you continue to show in our cries. All war lords are fighting for their personal agendas and care little about our security and the atrocities women face. With regard to women’s health care, women are deprived and do not have enough means to seek treatment in hospitals for outpatient care. I can’t even mention clinics because they are too expensive. A family of 10 to 15 people live on $ 1 a day; how can they find money for treatment? Yes, it is a right that has been violated because a woman does not enjoy life’s basic needs such as access to clean drinking water, electricity, food, leisure, education... However women are putting efforts together to take action and make claims with hope that one day they will be heard. This is the reason why we cry out on World Pulse. Keep us in your hearts. May God bless you.

Hello MONICA
Thank you for your support and your encouragement. These atrocities are true. As if those were not enough, you have heard of the perpetrations of M23 in Goma. We live in a state of psychosis because of the fear generated by war in previous years as these people passed through Bukavu under the name of CNDP, and we still have bad memories of what they did. Add to that the violence against women in all its forms - in society, family, Church, and everywhere because a woman has almost no place. That is why she is always a victim and used as a weapon of war to decimate our populations. Exterminating women, is exterminating a population. Keep us in your hearts and especially be our interpreters wherever you have the opportunity to make our voices heard...

Cecile

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